Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish. The feature was created because The Broke and Bookish are particularly fond of lists (as are we!). Each week a new Top Ten list topic is given and bloggers can participate.
Today’s Topic: Ten Unbelievable Moments in Books
from Courtney B. and Yasmine P., 8th grade
10. Hidden Oracle by Rick Riordan
When Meg betrays Apollo. Throughout the book, Meg is the sarcastic and feisty sidekick to Apollo, but at the climax of the story, she betrays him.
9. My Life with Liars by Caela Carter
At the end when all of reality is brought to Zylnn, and it really makes the reader rethink reality and humanity.
8. How to Speak Dolphin by Ginny Rorby
When Nori is realsed back into the wild. Nori had cancer and was miraculously released.
7. Blue Exorcist by Kazue Kato
The most unexpected character is also a pervert and is a double spy for the Illuminati. He also kidnaps his friend.
6. Into White by Randi Pink
When Toya turns Caucasian. It was very unexpected as this is something that can’t happen in real life, and the book seems realistic fiction.
5. Black Butler by Yana Toboso
The backstory of the main character is that he murdered his family and other people, and he has a demon serving him as a butler.
4. Warrior by Erin Hunter
When the unexpectedly dies making Fireheart leader (though she dies later, too!).
3. Haikyuu by Haruichi Furudate
In a match between two high school teams, Karasuno against Nekoma and the tension while reading was unbelievable.
2. The Neptune Project by Polly Holkyoke
When Nere’s mom is shot! Through the frantics of the scene, Nere’s mom is shot and is most likely dead.
1. Naruto by Masashi Kishimoto
At the end of Naruto when there is a literal battle to the death and even though they are all beaten up and their arms are cut off, making a sort of heart shape with blood, they still become best friends again.
Thank you, Courtney and Yasmine!
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